How Eliana Dockterman builds an argument to persuade her audience that there are benefits to early exposure to technology. In her response to the extreme scepticism among parents regarding their kids’ early exposure to technology, Eliana Dockterman presents a multifaceted argument. Through her argument, she tries to dispel the confusion and misunderstandings surrounding technology and … Read moreRhetorical Analysis of Eliana Dockterman’s the digital parent trap .
Explain how Jimmy Carter builds an argument to persuade his audience that the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge should not be developed for industry. In response to the attempts being made to industrialise the Arctic wildlife refuge area, ex-president Jimmy Carter argues that US cannot afford to let a beautiful natural reserve be consumed by a … Read moreRhetoric Analysis of Jimmy Carter’s speech on Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Martin Luther King Jr. builds an argument to persuade his audience that American involvement in the Vietnam War is unjust. Read a rhetorical analysis of Martin Luther King Jr’s Beyond Vietnam: Time to break silence. Apart from being an advocate of Mahatma Gandhi’s idea of nonviolence, Martin Luther King Jr was a great leader and … Read moreAn Analysis of Martin Luther King Jr’s Beyond Vietnam
Why I Write by George Orwell: A Summary and Analysis Why do authors write? What is their purpose? Do they want recognition, money or something else? Is there anything common among writers? Orwell answers such several questions about writers that frequently boggle readers’ minds in his ‘Why I Write’. Starting from his early childhood to … Read moreSummary and Analysis of George Orwell’s Why I Write
Open Ending of the last chapter of A Passage to India Forster has left the ending of A Passage to India open. The last chapter looks like the beginning of a new story. All cards have been laid and at the end everyone has to go his own way. Aziz and Fielding are friends but … Read moreSignificance of the Ending of A Passage to India
Wuthering Heights Chapterwise Summary and Analysis: Chapter 1 to 11 Chapter 1 : The novel opens with a description of the main settings ’Wuthering Heights’ and main character Heathcliff by Lockwood, the primary narrator of the novel. The date is the beginning of the nineteenth century. Lockwood finds the natural settings of his new hideout … Read moreWuthering Heights: Chapterwise summary and analysis – 1
‘Shooting an Elephant by George Orwell : Summary & Analysis’ Shooting an Elephant presents an account of George Orwell’s, (original name Eric Arthur Blair) life in Burma where he was posted as a subdivisional police officer of the British Imperial Police Force. The environment of Burma had an impact on Orwell and his works. It … Read moreOrwell’s Shooting an elephant: Summary, Analysis & Essay Questions
A Hanging by George Orwell Summary and Analysis Burma, now known as Myanmar, was an important influence on George Orwell’s works and life. The South East Asian country has featured over and again in Orwell’s works and particularly in his three novels, Burmese Days, Animal Farm and 1984. Orwell was born in India to a … Read moreSummary and Analysis of George Orwell’s A Hanging